Beach Cottage has just become the TripAdvisor No.1 B&B both in Inverness and the entire Highlands of Scotland. Find out more about this hidden Scottish gem.
Inverness, Scotland, UK – September 1, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –
After being open for business for just two years Beach Cottage B&B is celebrating its second anniversary by becoming the TripAdvisor No.1 B&B both in Inverness and the whole of the Highlands of Scotland – 1st of 217 B&Bs in Inverness and 1st of 1151 B&Bs in the Highlands.
Beach Cottage has now welcomed guests from all corners of the world and 104 have taken the time to write excellent reviews. These valuable opinions have resulted in the B&B moving swiftly up the rankings to its current impressive position at the top. Clearly guests staying at Beach Cottage B&B enjoy the peaceful location and stunning views of the Moray Firth but they also express their satisfaction with the quality of the rooms and the welcome they receive from their hosts, Brad Norris and his loyal pal Branston the Border Terrier dog.
Brad Norris, owner of Beach Cottage B&B said about this latest achievement, “I am absolutely over the moon to have made it to No.1 on TripAdvisor as it is the largest travel review website in the world. Everybody now relies on the opinions of its members and it is such a great way for travellers to find out about places like ours. I’m so grateful to all of our guests that took the time to post reviews.”
Guests at Beach Cottage are treated to some incredible views with sea views from every window of the property. Both guest rooms look out across the Moray Firth to the Black Isle, Munlochy Bay and Ben Wyvis. The Moray Room is slightly closer to the sea and the panorama also takes in Inverness, the Kessock Bridge, Fortrose, Rosemarkie and Chanonry Point where the bottlenose dolphins feed each day in summer.
Accommodation at Beach Cottage is luxurious and comfortable offering two en suite rooms – the Moray with French doors and a Juliet balcony overlooking the sea view of the Moray Firth and Beauly situated in the older part of the cottage with similar scenic views that can be witnessed from the comfort of the bay window.
Facilities in each room include a king sized bed, 32” HD TV, a silent fridge, tea and coffee facilities, an iPod dock and free high speed Wi-Fi. Moray is in the new part of the cottage and has the large windows and Beauly being in the original part of the cottage has immense character with wood beams and original sash window.
Reviewers have commented on the breakfast provided at Beach Cottage with a wide choice of continental offerings including fruit juice, cereals, yoghurts, fresh fruit salad cold meats and cheeses as well as a selection of cooked choices including a full Scottish Breakfast, Scottish Smoked Salmon with Scrambled Eggs, Scottish Kipper Fillets and Smoked Haddock. Brad Norris buys the best local produce available and seems to combine this with his skills in the kitchen.
Visitors to Beach Cottage have the best of both worlds when it comes to location. Being only six miles from Inverness City Centre the B&B is only a 10 minute drive from some excellent restaurants as well as attractions like the River Ness, Inverness Castle and Eden Court Theatre but when they return to Beach Cottage they can enjoy the peace and tranquillity that the semi-rural location has to offer.
Anyone wanting to enjoy Beach Cottage can book online via their official website but should book early as summer 2015 is already filling fast.
For more information please visit: https://www.beachcottageinverness.co.uk
For more information about us, please visit https://www.beachcottageinverness.co.uk
Name: Brad Norris
Address: 3 Alturlie Point, Allanfearn, Inverness, Inverness-Shire, Scotland, IV2 7HZ.
Organization: Beach Cottage B&B